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    • Cheryl Harris

      Paper Mache seeding cups

    • ArchivalAlchemy

      365 Days of DIY: Seed Starters out of Paper Pulp

    • Jean

      Seed Starters out of Paper Pulp WHAT YOU'LL NEED: - Shredded Paper - Water - Blender - Muffin tin Directions: Begin by filling a blender with handfuls of shredded paper.  If you don't have a paper shredder you can just rip your paper up into small squares.  Ripping the paper up works best, because it exposes the paper's fibers.

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